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"linda rosenthal" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"The people that got the vaccine which all of these people did develop this issue that for four people one hundred sixty four that is not the actual representation of bills palsy in this country or the world there do. They are mid july coming from the fda or rather a very strong manipulation of the data like everything else. We're looking at still the federal regulator recommended surveillance for cases. So there's still watching it. So i believe very strongly that what we're staring at. Here's something very similar to all. I mean all you look at the correlation between all the experimental trials and everything we continue to see and how much that correlates with exactly what we are seeing india in regard to this mysterious illness that were baffled by the took place in the exact same location as a vaccine trial. Now all that being said all very obvious reasons to be concerned that everyone's prior to downplay new york state assembly introduces a bill dating covid. Nineteen vaccines right. So even though there's some new york right. The fda is still toys still the uk's already giving these vaccines the us in regard to the trials. But this is right now. We're still debating whether this is going to be something that's approved. Newer state is introducing mandatory bills. Does it show you that. They're already i mean they. That's what's going to happen if you haven't even proven this going to be made yet and they're already mandating it. Get the hint guys. New york state remember. This is exactly what people said would never happen. They've already introduced legislation. That doesn't sound like that will never happen. That sounds like people very aggressively trying to make that happen. New york state assembly woman. Linda rosenthal a democrat. Who represents the new york sixty seventh assembly district quietly introduced a bill on december fourth that would require covert nineteen vaccine to be administered. This is a quote. In accordance with the department of health's covid nineteen administration program and mandates vaccination in certain situations. Realize that that is in accordance with their health nine this so setting the stage for a long time and that is why they previously set in their which by the way if ever any of these things mandates or laws contradict the constitution. They're no void according to previous president of the us supreme court so when they set the stage with mandates about how they need to push this if we don't reach certain immunity and then they pass this legislation that says that they are allowed to force on you. If that doesn't come to pass because of things they said months ago that were never officially voted on that. Never actually legal in the first place. It doesn't mean anything. But that's what they're saying right here that if they don't they will make you take this every new yorker except those medically exempt. They say are required to receive the vaccine. If the state's vaccination efforts do not achieve sufficient immunity from covid nineteen but remember right. Now they're all telling you that this vaccine is not capable of that so it is. This is them telling you that they're going to force everyone to take it because it's not that we won't reach community that's a guarantee because they keep telling us. This thing will not stop transmission. All we'll do is lessen. Your symptoms bouchier said that at least three other people in mainstream positions have already told you that so..
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Speaking of state legislation? Hell, let's go to the state of New York, where a lawmaker there has proposed mandating. The vaccination against covert 19. This is an assembly member, Linda Rosenthal. She represents parts of Manhattan's West Side, She introduced a bill that would require the state Just safely and effectively distributed FDA approved vaccine in accordance with the Department of Health, but it would be a requirement. That every New York resident take the vaccine. Yeah, I don't know if that's good or not, She said the Department of Health would have the authority to mandate vaccination to anyone who can safely receive the vaccine. What is the downside of that if they if you don't get the vaccine, and and you pass covert along to somebody else What? What will happen to you? Could you be held responsible for their status? Is that what you're saying? Yes, you know that. So if you if you don't get the there's gonna be a lot of people that don't get it, even if it was mandated It's gonna be people that don't get it. So if they pass along But you could say the same thing for a common cold. I guess I don't bluer. The flu anything? Yeah. I mean, we have people who we work with. Who showed that works there. That's true. Yeah, You're right. It s so Hopefully that doesn't happen again, Man. You know, One of the things that she's talking about, is that if lesson 70% of the population voluntary, voluntarily gets vaccinated Then the mandate kicks in because you have to have the city. According to Tony Fauci, You gotta have 7% for her immunity, right? So, So that's that's weird saying, but it may be in the state of New York that they may mandate. The vaccine. I don't know why is mandated anyway. You know, my doctor gives me the go ahead. I'm gonna get it Sure, but that's a personal decision that you want the ability to be able to make that. Yes. Thank you. 7 26. W b a p coming up at 7 45. How? Yep. Throwback Thursday. Oh, today natural Howard. He's been had natural Howard's back. And what are we talking about? Christmas decorations shown. Is that what we're doing? Okay. Do what? Company Christmas Party. Oh, the Catholic many of those this year? No, there aren't 7 27 Nicole has the 7 30.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on X96
"You're fine. It's all you need. I think that's that's probably good advice that except for the smoke's part New York City covert cases. Uh, whole bunch of them have been linked to one single event Really Ah Burning Man Style festival in Mexico, uh, which turned into a coronavirus Super spreader event. Several with Andy's bringing Cove it back with him to New York City, according to a report this week. Private Kobo Cove in 19 testing company Checkmate. Checkmate Health strategies said that over half of the positive cases in the big Apple were directly tied to this art festival. At, um to loom a place we've all been. It was a to loom in Mexico. I would say that 60 to 70% of my positives in the last couple of weeks in New York have been a direct result. People coming back from this event in Mexico who, what? Who's doing this now? Don't want your fucking people who have the money and I don't know. We can't do things now. Let's see. New York is Considering Don't know if they'll don't think they'll be able to do it. But New York City is considering legislation which would make Covert 19 vaccinations. Mandatory. They have proposed mandating vaccination again against Koba 19. If not enough, residents voluntarily get the shot once it's available, Assembly member Linda Rosenthal Represents parts of Manhattan's West Side. Introduced a bill that would require the state to safely and effectively distribute and F B D, a approved vaccination in accordance with the Department of Health. Um, While steps have been taken to reduce the spread of covert 19 epidemiologists in public health experts have concluded, Ah vaccine will be necessary to develop herd immunity and ultimately stop the spread of this disease. Therefore, the state must make efforts to promote vaccination ensure that it's a high end. A percentage of the population is vaccinated and then if they if they're not doing it voluntarily will make it a law, she said. Trying to remember if I read this earlier if I read correctly. Smallpox vaccinations. Were required where they I think when they were finally when they proved that it Would prevent you from getting smallpox here in the United States. I think we had a A wall. You had to get vaccinated. I think. So it is possible if you remember that, right? I'm walking around with my arm hanging out of my church. Just a two. The very the moment I'm able to get it. I won't even have to roll up my sleeve. I'm just Well, I think it's very good of you, Gina to be an example. Uh, just come back. I'm going to do that. I'm ready to the matter of fact, if if people If the health Department people need me toe take a shot to show that it's safe. I'll do it the minute it's available. Right here on camera. Yeah, exactly. Right. Yeah. So that's that's how much I am willing to help And how. How much. I really want the protection of that shop. Please give it to me. Yes. Current high school students will Be able to continue attending school in person this week. Despite a covert outbreak there. After piloting a new state program. If a student agreed to take a rapid Corona virus test and the results were negative, they could go to class if it came back positive, or if they declined to get tested. They were sent home with nearly 70% participating. The district said Tuesday that it was a success, hoping to avoid another shutdown. These results are really, really great, sir. Granted district spokesman Ben Horsley. It's even better than we had expected. That is the number of people who are taking that test. The project, called Test to Stay is an attempt to keep schools open even after they've been hit by an outbreak. So it remains to be seen how successful that will be, But I mean, I God knows. I hope it is successful. I hope you guys are good. You know? Yes. You're saying that back to your story about enforcing a vaccine J. You leave our chat room they can find just about anything, Andrew found. Jacobson v. Massachusetts 1 97 U. S. 11 was the United States Supreme Court case in which the court upheld the authority of states to enforce compulsory vaccine laws. The court's decision articulated the view that individual liberty is not absolute. And this subject the police power of the safe and then Hmm. Uh uh, she Oh, that that official in the Trump administration, who Was threatened by a lawyer saying We ought to take him out. And Ah, yes. Shoot him at dawn because he He didn't charge of cybersecurity for elections, and he and he said, Oh, the election was fair. So Trump fired him. Of course. Uh, s o. This attorney said, Well, we had a drawn, quartered him and then take him out of dawn and shoot him. This. This official is now going to sue. For definition. Good, Christopher Krebs says. I I've decided to go ahead with the lawsuit. I'm suing that attorney for definite good because he's getting death threats. Now that's his safety is at risk. Exactly. Put people in danger. You should get sued. Did you know that there? There's a new sport in the Summer Olympics in 2024? I had heard Breakdancing. Why not? What you think that would have happened A while ago If they were going, why now? Like if you didn't do it? She know why did it take what is it takes? What does it take so long to make somebody a saint? I mean, the Catholic. It's the same thing. It's the same kind of you have to perform at least three miracles in front of the Olympic Committee. Break dance miracle, and they can't be card tricks. I've learned that you can't It had you have to show a break dance miracle to the committee.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on KTRH
"If you volunteered to take the shot, and there's enough of you will leave you alone. But if you don't we will force you to take it. Assembly member who represents parts of Manhattan's West Side. Her name is Linda Rosenthal introduced a bill that would require the state to safely and effectively distribute the FDA approved vaccine in accordance with the Department of Else Covered 19 Vaccination Administration program. Okay, That's fine. I don't know that you needed to write a bill to make that happen. It's the additional part. It's the mandatory part that should have all of our attention. 7 49 Karen news radio 7 40 Ktrh, Rick Lording over dwarfing financial Right. Take your call today. Here's his personal cell phone number. Don't be surprised if it goes to voicemail because everybody's calling, wanting to refinance the banks. They're swamped. He's swamped. It's still the best way to get this done in anything close to a timely fashion, But I warn you ahead of time. He is doing so many loans. They're all everybody's doing. Somebody loans right now. This is not a quick or easy process. All the more reason have somebody shepherd you through it versus trying to do it yourself. It'll take a little while to get it done. But Rick will lock in a rate for you and then turn them to work. Your login Owen's ready to go break laughing, laughing. FINANCIAL 281844 33 100 when you have interest rates, well below 2.5 on a 30 year loan and getting preciously close to 2% on a 15 year. Of course, they're gonna be busy. 281844 33 100. His website is streamline approval dot com Divert Traffic and weather together Start with Julie Dardis Update We still have this problem on the outbound side of attend the East Freeway at Beltway eight, and it blocks all the legs. You have to get by on the right shoulder. You're backed up to you, Baldy. Also, if you're trying to travel out found 45 North Freeway, we had a stall that was blocking Elaine at greens. They have cleared it. So we're just trying to clear out the delay on Julie Di Hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. 24 hour traffic center from our ktrh, Dean, at least 24 hour Weather Center time to check in with meteorologist Terry Smith at the Weather Channel that either been below normal or above normal, which is, I guess how we get to normal right now. How work going above normal. Yes, we are enjoying above normal and you know what our temperatures will stay at or above normal the rest of this week, so that's kind of a nice change of pace. But it does get cooler early next week, thanks to this cold front that has timed itself such that it will make its presence felt over the weekend. Now the nice thing is, we don't need to worry about any rain. It's quite comfortable today and tomorrow temperatures today loaded upper seventies tomorrow mid to upper seventies. Fridays when the cold Front starts to bring us some rain. First a 70% chance of showers and storms, temperatures loaded but seventies it's Saturday. We have a 40% chance of some showers. It is cooler, but this is more typical December in the mid to upper sixties on Saturday, it's Sunday. That we really cool down and we have some rain. A 50% chance of rain on Sunday.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Who've had Corona virus and I understand they say you can get it again. It's rare. It's very rare. But why are they having to wear a mask? Everywhere they go. You can't explain it anyone You know, they just wear masks because its virtue signaling It's not really about anything other than men so back to the vaccine. The proposed legislation in New York coming under fire from critics who were recalling the state's 2019 abortion bill in asking, We're have our rights to control our own bodies gone. State Assembly bill, which was introduced in Manhattan or by Manhattan. Democrat Linda Rosenthal says in the It's summary that Cove in 19 vaccinations would be compulsory. In certain situations. But it later says that any man they would apply to all individuals or groups of individuals who are as shown by clinical data. Are proven to be safe to receive such a vaccine. So it says. It's only gonna be for certain groups. That would be everybody. That it's safe or so they'll come to me if I were in New York, and they say you gotta get the vaccine. I'll go. I don't want a vaccine. I mean, relatively low risk. Don't have any underlying health issues. Very rarely get the flu period, the chances of getting Corona virus or about 2%. And my chance of survival is over. 99%. Why would I get a vaccine? You can stop the spread. Well, then I want to stop the spread from people who might die from it. Let them get the vaccine. Hello. This is just common sense. But it's not going to be about common sense because none of this cold would stuff's been about common sense. Think about it. None of it. Still keeping covert positive. Oh, by the way. I have a friend. Who has a Parent. It was in a nursing home. And this person is in Ohio. And he came down with Corona virus and guess what they did. They moved him out of the nursing home facility. Into a place where they just keep elderly patients who have coronavirus. Hello. This is in Ohio. Is exactly what we should have been doing in Tennessee. I would love to see I'm gonna check on that in the break. I would love to see what percentage of the coronavirus deaths in Ohio or from the elderly and nursing homes. Probably lower than ours. What do you think? Quick, time out. Gonna be back right after this? Heading.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on View from a Military Mind
"On his first tweet. That came out around eight nine blasios stated something absolutely unacceptable happened in. Williamsburg tonight a large funeral grid gathering in the middle of this pandemic. When I heard I went there myself and share the crowd was dispersed and when I saw will not be tolerated so long as we are fighting the Koran virus goes on to say that my message to the Jewish community and all communities is this simple time for warnings is past like I said earlier in the in this segment in the goes on later on about eight forty one eight says we have lost so many of these last two months. I understand the instinct together. More but large gatherings will only lead toward this and more families and morning. We will not allow this. I haven't stroked the NYPD to have one standard for this whole city zero tolerance so he pointed out one community dude. And you get your Butt handed to you. The series of post drew fury online from both public and political officials. Both Democrat and Republican both sides of the aisle share And the anti-defamation League does even calling the Daryl's ation outraged just to give you an during the research on this the entities calling out to Bosnia. Nfl Nation League to New York pokes course is manager was Joe Rabinowitz Ben Shapiro. A common yeager New York City Council The Washington examiner American Jewish community World Jewish Congress Senator Ted Cruz New York City Council matter members Stephon Stephan Eleven and Brad Lander New York State Senators Brad Women and Julia Salazar Assembly members Harvey Weinstein are S. Nine and Linda Rosenthal. Now this is just a small number of people that are continually calling him out a about what he did This is all in letter and edge in the news and shows and tweets these people the aside themselves or what this idiot did and when you get somebody like you know the Great Lady and the New York Post calling you out in your own city and and these two publications normally have been pretty lenient on him. Yuga problems and he's had other bad choices like asking other New Yorkers to to snitch on each other and having a a a site to post pictures of what's going on you gotta be kidding me Naming his wife to head a corona virus racial inequity task force A wild bill have not figured out this. The corner virus doesn't look at your race. That look at your age done. Look at your in this ethnicity or immigration status. It just gives you okay. So why are you even doing that? That's ignorant He had eighty basketball hoops removed from Sydney basketball courts in the city while he's running around disregarding social distance regulations and participate in recreational activities with people. Don't do as I do do as I say is what I see ear. This man a strolling through a Brooklyn Park twelve miles away from his home at Gracie Mansion. Which is a park. What the Hell's going on and this was caught on tape by CNN reporter and we all know how CNN goes and they call him out. This is crap that he's given us. This is tough. Loaf is just that is. Bs is bullshit The blasios not offering tough love. He's trying to be the totalitarian and again like I said don't do as I do do as I say.
NY proposes ban on pet stores selling dogs, cats and rabbits
"Supporters say a bill in the New York state legislature to ban the sale of dogs cats and rabbits at pet stores would help shot notorious puppy mills Karen to which reports assembly sponsor Linda Rosenthal says too many of new York's pet stores by animals from poorly regulated out of state puppy mills where the animals are cruelly mistreated dogs and cats and bunnies in pet stores live terrible lives New York City pet store owner David Jacoby says eighty percent of his business is animal sales so he would have to close up shop if the measure is approved he says he only deals with legitimate breeders to treat their animals well here goes another brick and mortar store out of business to satisfy activists the measure is sponsored in the Senate by deputy Majority Leader Mike Jian Eris and was approved by the Senate's domestic animal welfare
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Products forty six degrees cloudy in New York on Bob around now it's turning on seventy seven WBC and W. B. C. radio dot com around in Albany today were supporters are calling for a ban on flavored tobacco products assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal who helped draft the bill says it's a cop out for people to say they need something flavor to quit say don't need mental they don't need or they don't eat fruit and to say it's impossible to quit without this is just an excuse to use them statue eighty percent of kids who have used tobacco began with the flavor tobacco product a bill which would ban plastic bags in the garden state is in limbo some lawmakers feel parts of the bill which band paper bags a bit too much they want to get rid of plastic and paper bags of most retail stores and also banned foam utensils and plastic straws to now closing up eighty three points for castle around you should wear weather center tonight mostly cloudy low forty the ranches server with the center for research in Central Park forty four Millburn the seventy seven WBC newsdesk on Bob brown necks updated six twenty four seven coverage WBC radio dot com WABC traffic in transit got a big back up on route eighty there's an accident eastbound at right at exit fifty seven Patterson at route nineteen delays starred east on route eighty before you hit route twenty three in west bend you got to lace route seventeen out to the accident site there's also a collision north on twenty one now approaching route forty six we have an accident on the white stone bridge leaving the Bronx heading into queens that's causing a lot of heavy traffic and in the Bronx north down Henry Hudson parkway a very heavy coming up through the monster loop parkway because of a collision at downside to the Holland tunnel still about a five to ten minute delays same for the link I'm Jay truly stock radio seventy seven WABC the holiday rush is coming and if you sell stuff online you know shipping can be time consuming expensive and that hassle.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Crowd yelling at right police to recruit at one point two middle aged woman is stood between the police and the crowd both sides for calm shop fronts of businesses that demonstrators feel support China will also defaced Aberdeen on the south side of Hong Kong island was just one area across Hong Kong webos protest is and shoppers taunted police in the area of one child a group of to protest is will she Jean ping mosques as they marched despite a government ban on mosques and earlier today protest is erected a large statue of a woman protested clad in gas mask and helmet Dobbs lady liberty online rock a famous hilltop for NPR news I'm Anna Marie Evans in Hong Kong and you're listening to NPR news and this is WNYC in New York on Shawn Carlson a suspect is in custody after the shooting at a Brooklyn gambling club that left four people dead the yesterday the Daily News is reporting that authorities believe he was either the trigger man or played another role in the killings the victims in that shooting or Terrence bishop thirty six Dominic Wimbush forty seven and John Thomas thirty two all of Bedford Stuyvesant and Chester good thirty seven of Canarsie as many as fifteen shots were fired inside the first floor triple eight aces club on Utica Avenue near dean street in Brooklyn the triple aces club bills itself as a private and social rentals place space for food fun and entertainment that's according to a sign above its door New York is enacted a law that will require companies that make menstrual products to disclose their ingredients on their packaging assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal who sponsored the legislation says there are currently no requirements to disclose what is in tampons pads or other products that come in close contact with sensitive body parts some companies voluntarily put some kind of notification inside the box but that doesn't mean that they include the chemicals and other toxins the new law will require companies selling it mental products to list their ingredients by twenty twenty one it's only the latest changer on national issues in the state earlier efforts eliminated sales tax on medical products and required that they be available in schools across the ark for today here on.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"S. citizenship and immigration services defended the role by saying it lies squarely with an existing law the trump administration has not said whether it will appeal a new state law signed by New York governor Andrew Cuomo yesterday will require all natural products sold in the state to list ingredients on there packaging state assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal sponsored the legislation we are going to continue down that path to ensure that anyone who meant straight has there needs taken care of wherever they are and to lift the big mama that still surrounds menstruation Rosenthal says mistral products can contain all kinds of chemicals and come in close contact with sensitive body parts but under federal law companies aren't required to disclose that under the new law manufacturers of tampons pads cups and any other mensual products have until twenty twenty one to begin listing all ingredients in their products the free commuter tabloid AM New York is now under new ownership Newsday media group announced the sale last week to New York based schnapps media steps publishes more than fifty hyper local newspapers and magazines primarily in queens and Brooklyn New York times reporter that aim New York's editorial staff was reduced to seven from sixteen am New York was launched in two thousand and three as the first free daily newspaper in New York City last year it had a weekly print distribution of three hundred thousand had reached two point five million readers online for today here in our area were like the C. partly sunny skies Heiner sixty nine this afternoon you're listening to WNIC at night of six support for NPR comes from EBSCO celebrating seventy five years of supporting libraries their communities and the role librarians play in making a.
New York now requires companies to list ingredients on menstrual products
"A new state law signed by New York governor Andrew Cuomo today will require all menstrual products sold in the state to list ingredients on there packaging state assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal sponsored the legislation we are going to continue down that path to ensure that anyone who meant straight has there needs taken care of where ever they are and to lift the stigma that still surrounds menstruation Rosenthal says menstrual products can contain all kinds of chemicals but under federal law companies are not required to disclose that under the new law manufacturers of tampons pads cups and any other menstrual products have until twenty twenty one to begin listing all ingredients in their
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The B. B. C. news hour on WNYC in New York I'm Richard hake president trump is giving a thumbs up to a congressional deal that would avert a government shutdown or a federal default the deal reached yesterday by Republican and democratic leaders in Congress outlines one point three seven trillion agency spending next year and slightly more in fiscal year twenty twenty one a day before former special counsel Robert Muller testifies to congressional committees FBI director Christopher Reyes said to take questions from a Republican led panel ray could face questions today from the Senate Judiciary Committee about F. B. I. activities in the probe of Russian election interference and the trump campaign New York governor Cuomo New Jersey governor Phil Murphy of signed legislation to create a commission overseeing construction of that long stalled Hudson River rail tunnel the gateway development commission will be charged with monitoring the construction of a new tunnel between New York and New Jersey it also oversee rehabilitation of the current century old tunnel Larry Hicks is the transportation reporter for NJ advance media this is the entity that will that the federal government will be dealing with but to get that body to let contracts to engineer design and eventually build the gateway projects the bill gives both governor's veto power over the commission's decisions New York is not the first state to for big cat owners from getting their pets de clawed governor Cuomo signed the measure into law the bill's sponsor assembly member Linda Rosenthal says most people opt for decline because they don't want their furniture getting scratched but the procedure is cruel and unnecessary there are many tricks and behavioral message to changing where the cat scratches but as for me my cap the graph to where ever they want under the new law anyone who D. Klaus their cat is subject.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Without power this morning a demonstration in Columbus circle yesterday drew hundreds of participants which coincided with an even larger protests across Porter Rico the opposition has grown against the governor recorder Russ say of since the scandal erupted over homophobic and sexist text messages involving the governor and his inner circle Reseda was refused to step down but is that he will not seek reelection immigrants held in detention are increasingly getting their day in court by video instead of in person for judge and language interpreter say that poses communication gaps reporter Aurora Ferrer observe some of the preceding she says translators are frustrated by technical glitches in the video feeds connecting the courtroom to the immigrants in jail translators also kind of hard to interpret what the immigrants were saying because they weren't there in person there was a lot of simultaneous translation it seems very confusing and when I would look at the screen at the respondent they looked confused me a much more on the story at Gothamist dot com New York is now the first state to forbid it cat owners from getting their pets declawed governor Cuomo signed the measure into law the bill's sponsor assembly member Linda Rosenthal says most people opt for decline because they don't want their furniture getting scratched but the procedure is cruel and unnecessary there are many tricks and behavioral message to changing where the cat scratches but as for me Mike Capps graph to where ever they want under the new law anyone to clause their cat is subject to a one thousand dollar fine showers maybe a thunderstorm mainly of this morning highs today near seventy five degrees this is W. NYC support for NPR comes from the Christy foundation expanding opportunities in America's cities the grant making and social investing more at Craske dot org president trump says.
"linda rosenthal" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Do this, that will protect pets from kennel fires at I was motivated, after a fire killed thirty one dogs out in west Chicago in January, and I said something needs to be done as I looked into more, I learned that, well, for example, between Christmas of last year and today, we're talking about a hundred animals that have died as a result of kennel fires, and had there been sprinklers had there been an alarm system that rings directly to the fire department where a human being there in all of these fires not as many. Any animals would have died. So I thought, okay we're going to do something about it. So that is now going to be the law in Illinois. A sprinkler systems alarms that ring directly to the fire department or a human being there once at signed by the governor, which is going to happen, very soon. I'm very excited about that. You know, for people who say, Steve, why are you picking on these pet stores that sell dogs and cats and so supportive of laws that banned dogs and cats being sold the pet stores. Well, here's why you say puppy bills, don't exist. Well, check out the story, you could read about it on my blog seven hundred seven hundred dogs were confiscated. I mean, it's, it's unfathomable, how could it get to that point at a puppy mill in Georgia, and the good news, I guess they were eventually rescued most of the dogs will live, although suffering all sorts of different issues throughout. Their life. But how does it get to that point? It's shouldn't check checkup my blog, Steve. Dale dot TV for more information about that I am supportive of the first state in America banning declaw in cats, and we will have a semblance member lizard, Linda Rosenthal on the show in just a couple of minutes. In fact, if you love cats, three one two nine eight one seventy two hundred you could text, you can call because that's what this show is greatly all about. You won't believe you won't believe it. I never could have thought Dr. Evans. Sarah is yet. I just back. You know, I rehearsed your name. Several different times. Evans, our Dr Ebeneezer, and I apologize. Let me do that, again, cetera et cetera that have got it yet. Correct. I'll tell you. That's the toughest part of the whole interview. Good morning. Thank you for getting up so early. And, you know, one of the reasons why we relinquish cats to animal shelters. Sometimes that just are booted outside, or we don't get them in the first place are allergies. And allergist told me human allergist that there are more people more allergic to cats compared to dogs cat. Allergies are really high on the list of allergies as as to the most common allergies. We have, and I never ever ever ever would have thought what you're about to tell me could even be a possibility before you explain that, I think, when we say, cat allergies, people have a mistaken notion that they're allergic to the dander, on the cat's hair or something like that. So explain what cat allergies are all about. I. People who have these the cat albums. Finally, responsible team up Saudi one the in their saliva and get decrease it then as the castle. But get Trump's with the hair, and that's the drive to Lila, which forms the dander that gets the environment about ninety five percent of the people who report the sensitivities cat rambling respond to around. A huge problem of, of these the cats cats Alvin tend to be the most important animal of our people responsive. Well, you are in fact about twenty percent of the people in Novi adults tend to have these decals. That's a lot of people. So you are the director of molecular nutrition app. Purina I should have said that at the start a lead investigator on some research that is mind blowing explain what this research is and has been now all about. Happy to do the same. So as I tread earlier about one in five adults globally than to have cats. This is important consequences. Both of people as well as the pets, they love what people do is to be able to go through elaborate cleaning procedures keep the out or tend to have other approaches to be able to manage cats and probably most of it involves either limiting their interaction with the pets bailout, or they have to some extreme cases path to give away. And that has consequences of any of these specs Adam shelter and allergies cats. That be one of the primary reasons that, that running question at if you have a home, and you're not able to attract him her closely that has a significant impact for the pet. And for the Dan, in our study to have a proactive approach of the very sad to be able to save me, neutralize the may committee cats in Saudi one at a source into live. This breakthrough approach significantly reduces the amount of active Saudi when that is put out the cat onto the hair and dander, and therefore out of us the amount of access. L D, when Indian Weyermann and believe this approach can transform the way, people manage allegance cat. It's reduced exposure, reality and not the cat critical, because they believe people that belong together motive fractious people can have with their pets for people as well. It's pets most of this approach not into of the novel production of ability, web cat and therefore does not effect. The old office eulogy of the cat. That we carried out published recently in Joan of where we showed that ninety seven percents of the casserole, the study, fed at died in again after buddy, they get so one safely, but use the amount of active felty one on their hair. We had an average reduction of about twenty seven percent of of in this study. All right. So I wanna put this. I mean, first of all, thank you very much, because this is ground breaking information and friends listening to WGN radio. You are hearing this first and you're going to be hearing about this, like on the national news. This is a big big deal. I want to back up a step and kind of your scientist. I know but kind of explain this and very, very simple terms. So even people like me can understand. So people are allergic to cats. They give up their cats as a result, or they don't get cats in the first place as a result of that and. And you said we can change all that. And that change at Kerr's exactly. In simple terms how. So what he would do is you have a cat that contains the activity medium. So you're gonna be feeding the cat as usual. You just adding, and adding that I bet half living Weedon in the gave Saudi when that presents at Agu tend to go and bind and block the when be solely when get into the environment. So the ruling crosses from the hair, it is not able to attract the team machina the elephants of human now. We have a number of. All right. So, so we have some text questions that are leading right into it says, experimental and cats. What are the effects for these cats and you set it, but I wanna make an important point of it, and you can repeat it that the cats there was no chance of the cats being affected by this. And in fact, that was the case, except humans are affected in a positive way. We don't sneeze our noses don't run all of that. Correct study connected theme. We had they did not see any changes in terms of cats, the cat became your ability to eat changes in there are now. No defense noted many compare. The group that said food words the control group, and you're right. The, the benefiting reducing the amount of overall active Saudi when the environment could have an impact for people who have tens of these the ravages, what do you hope all this leads to? I think. The are looking forward to having some of it's part of our, our dive down the road, one of the moments really excited of the signs that this is worry that able to do this in throw active save and the manner. And I think the end of the day. The ultimate goal would be as a scientist is, is what kind of a difference. I'm making people's lives that can have publications out all kinds of stuff. I'm not able to enable father an interesting that talking about inside of the day for child who had who has allergies are somebody in the home had Alevis than he or she he or she wants to get it a pet to hear the solution. You can use to be able to give them the pet they bombed because you would have a have a proactive died mediated approach to be able to manage the cat. This is really cool. And that I think is, is what we are all about. Well, really cool is an understatement. This is a game changer. And I can assure you friends we're just touching on it. Now we're going to hear a lot more about this all the science progresses. And the nice thing about Purina. Is that you've opened up your books, speak, and said, okay, here's what we're working on. Here's where we are now most companies in the world wouldn't do that at this point in time. So I'm grateful for that. And I'm grateful for any opportunity to save cats lives. A happy Father's Day to you as well. Doctor Sarraj did I say to all your relatives as well. Thank you. Thank you. You know, the biggest problem I have sometimes just pronouncing the folks name, I talked to six forty eight WGN. I am this. I can't pronounce assembly member. Linda rosenthal. Shepherded something through that is quite amazing. The first state to ban declaw, New York state will be the first to officially do that..
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"The Ben Shapiro show. Got a lot to get to this hour builds Blasios, mayor of New York says perhaps the stupidest thing he has ever said plus Joe Biden seems to be eroding just a little bit. We'll explain why. But we begin today with a really disturbing story out of the Netherlands, according to the Washington Post, a Dutch teenager, who suffered from depression, post traumatic stress disorder and anorexia after being raped as a child was allowed to die at her home. Her sister confirmed on Sunday. Seventeen years old in what she termed, a sad last post on Instagram, Noah, pothole, seventeen wrote, Saturday, she would be dead within ten days, but it has been so long she added since she had really been alive after years of struggling and fighting it's over. She wrote the teenager from the city of him in the eastern part of the Netherlands, said she had stopped eating and drinking and would soon be released because my suffering is unbearable. Her decision was not impulsive. She emphasized rather, it was the result of many, conversations and assessments, offering around own blunt review of recognition, she observe code, I survive, and not even that I breathe, but no longer live. It was unclear whether her death and come with the involvement of doctors this assistance. She had at one point requested. She'd asked the doctors in Netherland aboard in the Netherlands, if they would help her kill herself, a spokeswoman for a member of Dutch parliament, who recently visited her told Dutch news. The gender stood the death to be a result of the girls refusal to eat the Vatican mourned her passing Wednesday morning on Twitter. They said Noah's death is a great loss for any civil society in for humanity. We must always start the positive reasons for life. Pope Francis issued a separate message. He said youth, Aneka assisted suicide defeat for all are called never to abandon those are suffering never giving up caring and, and loving to restore hope. Assisted suicide is, of course, legal in parts of the United States as well as Europe. It depends on where you are, what the rules are active euthanasia is lawful, only in places like Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, the Netherlands, legalized, the practice of euthanasia in two thousand one that was the year that Noah was born the vote in Dutch parliament was the culmination of a campaign, according to the post, that began in nineteen Seventy-three following the prosecution of general practitioner, who ended the life of her mother after cerebral hemorrhage, let for partly paralyzed and mostly unable to speak the end of life clinic in the Hague where no one had sought services spells out, narrow circumstances under which doctors may provide assisted dying requiring that the patient makes it clear autonomous request and his enduring unbearable and uninsurable suffering. There must be no other reasonable solution patients have to demonstrate understanding of the consequences of what they are requesting. Doctors are required to seek counsel from an independent colleague who's not familiar with the patients children as young as twelve can seek you initia- under Dutch law. But those from twelve to sixteen must attain parental consent in the United States. You have to. To ask a parent for some form of for some form of permission to obtain an aspirin, but apparently children, as young as twelve conspicuous in Asia under Dutch law. And once you're past sixteen. You don't need permission from parents, you seek physician assisted suicide, the procedure accounts for four point four percents of all the deaths in the Netherlands in two thousand seventeen of the sixty six hundred cases that were requests that were granted most in cases of untreatable cancer, a few involves psychiatric distress. So the controversy that's broken out here is whether this girl, actually received you Asia from the government, or whether she simply stopped eating and the government refused to intubate her refuse to force feed her effectively, no initially approached the clinic last year. Without her parents knowledge, turned away, she was told us too young to die. She said they think I'm too young to die. She said, I can't wait that long because she was instructed to complete a trauma treatment. Wait until her brain was more fully developed a spokeswoman for the clinic, did not return a request for comment. So to. Unclear at this point. What exactly the government's involvement was no had written a book in that book. She trace the origin for mental anguish at the age of eleven she was assaulted at a school party. And again, at a gathering of teenagers year later when she was fourteen she writes, she was raped by two men in the elder. Velde neighborhood of Arnhem for years. She kept the violation secret out of shame. It was only years later her family learned, what she'd endured after her mother came across a cache of a cache of letters saying goodbye to her loved ones. Tremendous afraid to make a formal declaration to the police. Lease investor Velde. The Dutch lawmaker who visited no before her death, when she was surrounded by family and friends in her living room said she was struck by the teenagers strengths, she told her girdle lender that it was nice to see her again, although the circumstances were surreal a spokesman for Westville told the Washington Post, you didn't know more about the circumstances of the teenager's death. The ministry of health wealth earned sports did not return a request for comment. Suffice it to say you do have to ask in this particular case. Why so many people who believe that subjective? Perception. Of the value of human life is paramount. Why those people would be upset about this, this, I understand why I'm upset about this because I believe that, that human beings have inherent value, that human life has inherent value. And that inherent value is not subject to the subjective. Perceptions of either outsiders or the assent of the person who's human life. We're talking about in other words, if you decide to commit suicide, you have committed a sin against yourself. You've committed an immoral act against yourself. And if you decide to commit suicide in circumstances where you don't have terminal cancer that is particularly true. Now, I've, I've always said, that when it comes to youth in Asia, I'm personally torn when you're talking about somebody who has terminated cancer, whose days away from death. The truth is that we have palliative care now palliative care is something that doctors engage in on a regular basis across the United States and Europe. Basically somebody's in the hospital, they're going to die instead of putting them on some sort of light, saving assistance. You basically allowed the process to move forward and you pay the pain. So, for example, you give them morphine or something that's different from taking active steps to kill somebody. That would be euthanasia. I think that euthanasia is wrong. But at least I see the argument in cases of terminal care when you're talking about a seventeen year old girl who suffers from psychological trauma. You're talking about an act of grave evil from my perspective, because what you are doing is taking away the value of the human life. And if the government was complicit in any way with this, then this is or well, Ian. Horror that the government was involved in, and frankly, even if the government allowed this girl to starve herself that isn't real, well, Ian horror, because the fact is that government was instituted to protect life, liberty and property and life is not subject to your perception of the value of life. Life is of objective merit. But here's the question, if you believe that life is of subjective value. What's your problem here? Why is this ad the girl got what you wanted. Right. I mean I it's it's sad. I suppose that she not I suppose it has set obviously that she suffered from something so terrible. But if you're on the left and you believe that, she, she got to decide the value of Rome life, this girl. Then why exactly aren't you celebrating the fact that you made this decision why aren't you celebrating the fact that the state facilitated the decision apparently understanding being upset about the fact that this girl suffered I understand you being upset about the fact that this girl was mistreated and raped and all the rest, obviously. But is there anything inherently role with? Decision making on the part of the state. I mean this is serious moral question. Because it does go to an even more serious moral question, which is should we evaluate life on an objective level or should we evaluate life and science should should we evaluate objective fact on subjective merits, meaning are things only important, because we, we think them so or are they important in and of themselves? This debate extends all the way to abortion. I've discussed abortion over the course of many years. And what I've always said, is that if you believe there's an inherent value human life, then you have to take seriously, the contention that human life begins at conception. And therefore that there is something of value of objective, human value must be protected people in left have responded that basically a human life is when a woman, decides a human life is and not even her own life. The baby's life is what the woman is what the women's suggested her subjective. Perception of the value of what is growing inside of her is more important than any objective assessment of what it is that is growing inside her. And this is what leads the democratic. Party to the bizarre circumstance where they are claiming that aborting up till the point of birth is perfectly acceptable. Because after all woman may decide that that's not a baby. It's just a cluster of cells until it's not a cluster of cells anymore. At least, there's a consistent logic to that. But when people on the right suggests that people on the far left are engaged in a culture of death. This is what they're talking about once human life becomes about not, whether it has inherent objective value apart from anybody subjective. Perception of that fact, once you start talking about that it is incredibly easy to humanize other groups of people, it is incredibly easy to take human life with no more seriousness than a grain of salt. It is easy to end up in a circumstance where seventeen year old girl who suffers from depression, and PTSD anorexia is allowed to starve to death by the state or maybe be youth Anais, depending on which account you believe, and you end up with these, these perverse moral absurdities, like the state of New York. So the state of New York has now decided that it is very, very important that declawing BBN now. I don't own a cat. So knowing the domestic loin sounds like a pretty terrible practice New York is now banning the practice because it will now apparently impose a one thousand dollar fine on veterinarians who perform a procedure for non medical purposes. Because apparently declined cat involves damaging the cat's toes. One of the several lawmakers to champion the measure assemblywoman. Linda Rosenthal democrat of Manhattan was visibly jubilant after the vote she had previously rallied against declawing condemned. Its invasive nature in, in a statement quote it's not like getting a Manny petty. She said it's brutal surgical procedure. So the state of New York, just lit up, it state property, pink in honor of a Bill that says you can kill a fully formed human baby in the womb, up to the point and enters the birth canal if you're more concerned about the toes of cats than you are about the lives of babies in the womb, I would suggest that, you're, you're devaluing of human life is perverse more of this, the left's culture of devaluing human life. If not a culture of death in one second, I there's a widely held belief. The procrastination is a bad thing. The life isn't always so black and white, sometimes procrastination can work in your favorite. For example, let's say you need life.
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"Welcome. This is the Ben Shapiro show. We've got a lot to get to this hour builds Blasios, mayor of New York says perhaps the stupidest thing he has ever said plus Joe Biden seems to be eroding, just a little bit. We'll explain why. But we begin today with a really disturbing story out of the Netherlands, according to the Washington Post, Dutch teenager, who suffered from depression, post traumatic stress disorder anorexia after being raped as a child was allowed to die at her home. Her sister confirmed on Sunday. Seventeen years old. In what she turned a sad last post on Instagram, no pot Hove and seventeen wrote, Saturday, she would be dead within ten days, but it had been so long she added she had really been alive after years of struggling and fighting it's over. She wrote the teenager from the city of him in the eastern part of the Netherlands, said she stopped eating and drinking would soon be released because my suffering is unbearable. Her decision was not impulsive. She emphasized rather, it was the result of many conversations and assessments offering blunt review of her condition. She observe quote, I survive and not even that I breathe, but no longer live. It was unclear whether her death had come with the involvement of doctors, whose assistance, she had at one point requested, she'd asked the doctors in Netherland board in the Netherlands, if they would help her kill herself, a spokeswoman for a member of Dutch. Parliament would recently visited her told Dutch news that understood the death to be a result of the girls refusal to eat the Vatican warned her passing Wednesday morning on Twitter. They said Noah's death is great loss for any civil society and for humanity, we must always assert the positive reasons for life. Pope Francis issued a separate message. He said, youth, Aneka, assisted suicide are defeat for all are called never to abandon those are suffering never giving up, but caring and, and loving to restore hope resistant to aside is, of course, legal in parts of the United States as well as Europe. It depends on where you are, what the rules are active euthanasia is lawful, only in places like. Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, the Netherlands, legalized, the practice of euthanasia in two thousand one that was the year that Noah was born the vote in Dutch parliament was the culmination of a campaign, according to the post that began in nineteen Seventy-three following the prosecution of general practitioner would end the life of her mother after a cerebral hemorrhage left for partly paralyzed and mostly unable to speak the end of life clinic in the Hague where no, I had sought services, spos-, narrow circumstances under which doctors may provide assisted dying requiring that the patient makes it clear autonomous request and enduring unbearable and uninsurable, suffering. There must be no other reasonable solution patients have to demonstrate understanding of the consequences of what they are requesting. Doctors required council from an independent colleague, who's not familiar with the patient children, as young as twelve can seek euthanasia under Dutch law. But those from twelve sixteen must have parental consent on the United States. You have to ask a parent for some form of for some form of permission to obtain an aspirin. But apparently. Children as young as twelve consecutive Asia under Dutch law. And once you're past Ecksteen, you don't need permission from parents, seek physician assisted suicide. The procedure accounts for four point four percents of all the deaths in the Netherlands in two thousand seventeen of the sixty six hundred cases that were request that were granted most cases of untreatable cancer, a few involved psychiatric distress. So the conference it's broken out here is whether this girl, actually received euthanasia from the government, or whether she simply stopped eating the government, refused to intubate her refused to four feet, her effectively no initially approached the clinic last year without her parents knowledge, turned away, she was told shoes, too young to die. She said they think I'm too young to die. She said, I can't wait that long. Because she was instructed to complete a trauma treatment, wait until her brain was more fully developed a spokeswoman for the clinic, did not return a request for comment. So it is simply unclear at this point, what exactly the government's involvement was no had written a book in that book. She trace the origin for mental anguish at the age of eleven choose assaulted at a school party. And again, at a gathering of teenagers year later when she was fourteen she writes, she was raped by two men in the elder. Velde neighborhood of Arnhem for years. She the violation secret out of shame. It was only years later family. Learn what she endured after her mother came across a cache of a cache of letters saying goodbye to her loved ones germane to afraid to make a formal declaration to the police. Lisa investor, the Dutch lawmaker who visited no before her death, when she rounded by family and friends in her living room said she was struck by the teenager strength. She told her girdle Lander that it was nice to see her again. Although the circumstances were surreal a spokesman for Westville told the Washington Post, you didn't know more about the circumstances of the teenagers death, the ministry of health. Wealth earned sports did not return a request for comment. Suffice it to say you do have to ask in this particular case, why so many people who believe that subjective. Perception of the value of human life is paramount. Why those people would be upset about this, this. I understand why I'm upset about this because I believe that, that human beings have inherent value, that human life has inherent value. And that inherent value is not subject to the subjective. Perceptions of either outsiders or the assent of the person who's human life. We were talking about in other words, if you decide to commit suicide, you've committed a sin against yourself. You've committed an immoral act against yourself. And if you decide to commit suicide in circumstances where your terminal cancer that is particularly true. Now, I've always said, that, when it comes to euthanasia, I'm personally torn when you're talking about somebody who has terminal cancer, whose days away from death that truth is that we have palliative care now palliative care is something that doctors engage in on a regular basis across the United States, and Europe, basically somebody's in the hospital, they're going to die instead of putting them on some sort of lifesaving, assistance, you basically allow the process to move forward and you pay the eight the pain. So, for example, you give them morphine or something that's different from taking active steps to kill somebody. That would be euthanasia. I think that euthanasia is wrong. But at least I see the argument in cases of terminal care when you're talking about a seventeen year old girl who suffers from psychological trauma. You're talking about an act of grave evil from my perspective, because what you are doing is taking away the value of the human life. And if the government was complicit in any way with this, then this is Orwell leeann. Horror that the government was involved in, and frankly, even if the government allowed this girl to starve herself. That is an Orwellian horror, because the fact is that government was instituted to protect life, liberty and property and life is not subject to your perception of the value of life. Life is of objective merit. But here's the question, if you believe that life is of subjective value. What's your problem here? Why is this ad the girls out? What you wanted, right? I mean it's sad. I suppose that she not I suppose it is obviously that she suffered from something so terrible. But if you're on the left and you believe that, she, she got to decide the value of Rome, this girl. Then why exactly aren't you celebrating the fact that you made this decision why aren't you celebrating the fact that the state facilitated the decision apparently understanding being upset about the fact that this girl suffered I understand you being upset about the fact that this girl was mistreated and raped and all the rest, obviously. But is there anything inherently role deceive? Making on the part of the state. I mean, is this series moral question, because it does go to an even more serious moral question, which is should we evaluate life on an objective level or should we evaluate life and science should you evaluate objective fact on subjective merits, meaning are things only important because we, we think them so or are they important in and of themselves? This debate extends all the way to abortion. I've discussed abortion over the course of many years. And what I've always said, is that if you believe there's an inherent value human life, then you have to take seriously, the contention that human life begins at conception. And therefore that there is something of value of objective, human value must be protected people in left have responded that basically a human life is when a woman decides human life is and not even her own life. The baby's life is what the woman is what the woman suggested as her subjective. Perception of the value of what is growing inside of her is more important than any objective assessment of what it is that his growing inside her. And this is what leads the democratic par. Thirty two. The bizarre circumstance where they are claiming that aborting up till the point of birth is perfectly acceptable. Because after all woman may decide that that's not a baby. It's just a cluster of cells until it's not a cluster of cells anymore. At least, there's a consistent logic to that. But when people on the right suggests that people on the far left are engaged in a culture of death. This is what they're talking about once human life becomes about not, whether it has inherent objective value apart from anybody subjective. Perception of that fact, once you start talking about that it is incredibly easy to humanize other groups of people, it is incredibly easy to take human life with no more seriousness than grain of salt. It is easy to end up in a circumstance where a seventeen year old girl who suffers from depression and PTSD anorexia is allowed to starve to death by the state or maybe be youth Anais, depending on which account you believe, and you end up with these, these perverse moral absurdities, like the state of New York. So the state of New York has now decided that it is very, very important that declawing be ban now. Own a cat. So Quan sounds pretty terrible. Practice New York is now banning the practice because it will now apparently impose a one thousand dollar fine on veterinarians who perform a procedure for non medical purposes. Because apparently declined cat involves damaging the cat's toes. One of the several lawmakers to champion the measure assemblywoman. Linda Rosenthal democrat of Manhattan was visibly jubilant after the vote she had previously rallied against declawing and condemned. Its invasive nature in, in a statement quote it's not like getting a Manny petty. She said, it's a brutal surgical procedure, so the state of New York just lit up. It's state property pink in honor of a Bill that says you can kill a fully formed human baby in the womb, up to the point that enters the birth canal if you're more concerned about the toes of cats than you are about the lives of babies in the womb, I would suggest that, you're, you're devaluing of human life is perverse more of this, the left's culture of devaluing human life. If not a culture of death in one second, I there's a widely held belief. The progressive nation is a bad thing. But life isn't always so black and white sometimes procrastination work in your favorite. For example, let's say.
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"Assembly member Linda Rosenthal, just proposed legislation to limit the use of so-called key less entry systems, the electronic entry as the only means of entry after news of hell's kitchen residents suing their rent, stabilized, building over the new technology. Now turns out a huge Brooklyn rent stabilized was considering a facial recognition entry system. What do you think about her legislation? Frankly, Brian I haven't seen it. So I need to understand the rationale. Do you think it gives landlords too much power? If they can lock people out on the basis of not having electron entry of one kind or another. I don't know. I don't know. I mean, why couldn't a landlord just changed the lock as opposed to change the combination on the key lock? I don't know. I'd have to look into real look into it. And maybe next time you hear you'll you'll tell us what what you found on facial recognition and Keila century. All right. Governor Cuomo six days to go before the budget. Do you think you're gonna make it on time? I don't know. I've said the main problem with this budget are the numbers. Everybody wants to do a lot of good things. We have a new Senate and a lot of new members. I wanna do this. I wanna do this. I wanna do this. And then you have the fiscal reality of a shortfall, and I wanna get a budget done on time. But I also wanna get a good budget done. I've never passed a bad budget, meaning a budget where we had to come back and fix it. Because we turned out to be wrong. I've never done that past governors have done that that's ugly, and it destabilizes the state. So I'm not going to do when they're responsible budget. And I've also gotten budget done the budget's done on time. And I'm proud of that that that changes a very basic pattern for this state. But we have to get it on time, and it has to be right. Governor thanks as always talk to you. Next time. Thank you, Brian. This is WNYC FM HD N A M, New York w NJIT FM. Eighty eight point one Trenton W N J P A point five Sussex, W N J y eighty nine point three NetCom, and w N J O ninety point three times river, we are in New York and New Jersey public radio where it's time for the latest news with Richard Hake. Hi, Brian Isreaeli, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned home from Washington heading straight into military consultations. He's vowing further action after a night of heavy fire in which is rarely aircraft bombed Gaza targets and Palestinian militants fired rockets into Israel, a house votes. Try to stop President Trump from taking money for his US Mexico border wall from other projects is likely to fail. Trump declared a national emergency at the border, and is using that as his rationale for taking money. Appropriated for other uses and putting it towards the wall. The house is set to vote today to try to override his veto of the Bill blocking his emergency declaration the Trump. Administration has told a federal appeals court. It wants the entire Affordable Care Act also known as ObamaCare struck down in a filing with the court in New Orleans. The administration said the entire law should be struck down as unconstitutional a boulder position than previously held the Bill to legalize adult use of recreational marijuana in New Jersey was pulled yesterday when sponsors realized they didn't have enough votes in the state Senate for passage despite the backing of governor Murphy and the democratic leadership in the legislature and WNYC reporter Karen rouse has been following this story. She joins us now. Hi, karen. I richard. So this is kind of a surprise, right? What was it like at the statehouse in Trenton that kind of last minute thing. Yeah. So outside the chambers by the Senate or the Senate on this role scheduled to meet yesterday afternoon. And so outside the chambers. It was just really flooded with people a lot of folks from the cannabis industry, the lobbyists. There are also people there who were opponents of the legalization and the Senate was scheduled to meet at noon, but by twelve thirty work came across very quickly. And spread that the Bill was pulled. And it wasn't a really big surprise. I mean, when I first got there, you could see a lot of really nervous faces people were just sort of cautious because they knew that over the weekend. Governor Murphy had not locked down the votes, he needed to they needed twenty one votes in the Senate and forty one in the assembly, and you know, I was with one of the opponents, and I remember he got a text message from somebody, and it just said they killed it and it said victory. So so they were excited, but those on the on the supporting side just looked very it looks at so Karen as in New York now Democrats in New Jersey control both houses of the legislature and the governor's mansion. So was this an intraparty dispute opponents were from both wings of the party, right? Yeah. They were from from both sides of the party. I mean in terms of the leadership, you know, Senate president, Stephen Sweeney and assembly speaker, Craig cost them, they all stood with the governor. They were both all three of them were in support of this. But some of the biggest opponents were Democrats people who really oppose it on moral issues and sense Senate president Stephen Sweeney said that he kind of underestimated how firmly people held to their beliefs. He said it was sort of like gay marriage where it's going to be a lot harder to move them to the to the supporting the Bill, and it's by Larry Johnson. Governor Murphy Murphy has said it was yesterday on never, but we have a clip here that you got a state Senate president Steve Sweeney seeing that differently postponing today, but that doesn't know me know ways, meaning that we failed walking away from it. We made an effort today. And again, the governor made. Helvin effort himself, and we'll be back this so anybody who thinks this is bad. They're wrong. We're going to get back in one way or another. We'll get this passed. How soon do you think? Karen? I think that what I'm hearing is probably like maybe may for the soonest. I mean right now this week. They're getting ready for the budget. There are some budget hearings later this week. Murphy is going to be making his case for this thirty nine billion dollar budget. So I think a lot of attention is going to turn to that. I don't think they want to move it to close to the November election because that's when all eighty of the assembly members are up, but you know, they're going to be looking at the Bill. I think they're going to be re revisiting the Bill and thinking of how they can convince those last few legislators to support it, you know, kind what a lot of our listeners in New York and New Jersey may not realize is as the marijuana legalization bills are close but struggle in both legislatures. It's very different from the way legal. We'd passed around the country. It's been referenda in most places it's been done by a vote of the voters, and they would probably succeed in New York and New Jersey based on the polls. But I guess it's just tougher when going through the legislature with all the competing demands on lawmakers from their competing constituencies. Yeah. I mean, I think it's tougher than they expected. I don't think Murphy expected it to be this hard to convince some of the legislators, but you know, I think there are a lot of factors, including the fact that some of them are reelection. They don't want their districts to be upset with them. And you know, New Jersey has progressive and a lot of ways, but they're also moderate and many places there are conservative parts of the state and so they're being cautious. And one of the thing. I don't know if you heard governor Cuomo on the show just before this newscast, but he had said marijuana legalization was out of the budget season for New York state as of a few weeks ago, but with that budget deadline coming on April first next Monday. I asked them since this did not make it through New Jersey. Does it how does it give New York an opportunity to get ahead of New Jersey because I know there's economic competition there to be first and he made news. I think by saying yes, this is in the budget negoti. And they may well pass legal marijuana New York by next Monday. Does does this become a cycle that feeds on itself? If New York does pass it does that give New Jersey more motivation to get it done and get it done fast. Yeah. I think that's interesting that he said that because I was speaking yesterday with one of the lobbyists one of the organizations that lobbies for the cannabis industry, and he talked about how this was moving across the state. And that, you know, you're at disadvantage, if you get it, you know, if you're not among the first on the east coast and that New Jersey they feel like there's an advantage because it's such a densely populated state. But the York is close, and if they get that might create like a little bit more sense of urgency. I don't think it's gonna move those people who on a moral basis. Don't believe legalization is the best thing for the state. You know, they think it's harmful to their communities to young people to urban centers. So I don't think the fact that New York gets it. They might be happy. If that New York gets it and just tell people to go over there and get their marijuana. New Jersey's Karen rouse reporting for us. Thanks, karen. Thank you. Stories we're watching as part of its strategy to battle homelessness. The Blasi administration has paid twenty three hundred New Yorkers to move out of the city WNYC's Morella. I've Iraq has that the special one time assistance program soda allows homeless families to move within or outside the city and get a year rent paid upfront. The majority of the thirty five hundred families that have used the program have moved out of the city. Many to New Jersey where apartments are more affordable. Christine Quinn runs. Win the largest family shelter provider soda is is something being used right now aggressively so far seventy households who use the program have returned to city shelters, but some shelter providers say they're worried that number will grow once families have to pay rent on their own. The NYPD is stepping up enforcement at subway stations with high rates of fair of Asian at an MTA board meeting. The NYPD transit. Bureau chief Edward dilatory said he's deploying a group of officers and a pilot program at fifteen stations. But he said the plan is meaningless if it doesn't change the mindset of the Theravada. There's no doubt my mind. This is going to reduce fair vision at these locations. The question is when we pull the offices off in six weeks will we see a long lasting change in behavior at the news stations by the writers who come there every day to use them. Officers will be stationed in front of the turnstiles and behind the emergency exits the MTA says about three percent of subway.
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